GO plc

Technical Officer / Network Planner

  • Basis:  Full-Time
  • Closing Date:  14 Oct, 2022
  • Job Ref:  KMP-75737

Job Description

Shaping the future together.

Are you tech-savvy and love to coordinate and plan projects? We’re looking for a Network Planner to join our team.

Does this sound like you? Here’s what you need to have to match our requirements

  • O’ level standard of education with good grades in Maths, Physics and English.
  • Appreciation of physical networking concepts.
  • Approaches work with common sense and a good attitude, is adaptable to the exigencies of work and can be depended upon to see a job to its end.
  • Courteous and able to communicate appropriately with the public, fellow employees, supervisors and customers.
  • Good teamwork and coordination skills and are flexible and determined to deliver the best possible performance.
  • Strong leadership, negotiation and communication skills.
  • Ability to identify problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and propose solutions.
  • Be in possession of a valid driving license.

Here’s how to score some extra points

  • Possess a Technical diploma.
  • Possess knowledge of Autocad.
  • Previous experience in a cable / broadband plant environment.
  • Be in possession of an ECDL qualification.
  • Knowledge of fixed Access Network Planning concepts.

If this describes you, then this is a glimpse of what you’ll be doing

  • Planning, designing, and documenting our network according to standards and policies.
  • Issuing work orders and documents to our implementation Technicians and Contractors.
  • Supporting implementers on-site to clear up any issues on the spot.
  • Assisting clients and colleagues with deploying the most effective network.
  • Certifying and assessing completed works according to company policies.

What’s in it for you?
Joining our team comes with a lot of benefits. Here’s a glimpse of what we’ll offer you for being brilliant:

  • No more bills. Free unlimited GO services for your home and mobile.
  • Four weeks of paid birth leave for all non-birthing parents.
  • Private hospital health insurance to protect you from unexpected, high medical costs.
  • A budget to spend on your own personal and / or professional development.
  • Therapy sessions to support your needs in collaboration with Richmond Foundation.
  • A budget dedicated to your children’s summer school costs and more.

We’ll recruit as soon as we find our match. Don’t think twice – apply now.